WWF/WWE Show Information


It started out as a regional promotion, broke away from the National Wrestling Association, fought through the wars of the Big 3, and now stands as the biggest wrestling organization on the planet. From the World Wide Wrestling Federation to today's World Wrestling Entertainment, the McMahon family has truly built a dynasty that can be admired and envied. Through this listing of the major cards and pay-per-views that have taken place in the history of the organization, I hope you'll get to remember the matches and individuals that helped mold the history of sports entertainment.

For a little more information on the cards (such as the time of the matches and who picked up the falls), be sure to check out the WWE section of www.prowrestlinghistory.com.


1980's
1990-1991
1992-1993
1994-1995
1996
1997
1998
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013

(WWWF/WWF/WWE Raw) WWE Title
(WWE Smackdown) World Heavyweight Title
WWWF/WWF/WWE Tag-Team Titles
WWE Unified Diva's Title
WWF/WWE Intercontinental Heavyweight Title
WCW/WWE United States Heavyweight Title
WWE "Smackdown" World Tag-Team Titles(Retired)
WWF/WWE World Women's Title(Retired)
WWF/WWE World Light Heavyweight Title(Retired)
WWF/WWE European Heavyweight Title(Retired)
WWF/WWE Hardcore Title(Retired)
WCW/WWF/WWE Cruiserweight Title(Retired)
WWWF/WWF World Junior Heavyweight Title(Retired)


WWF Royal Rumble '98
January 18th, 1998

- Vader defeated Goldust

- Max Mini, Mosaic, & Nova defeated Battalion, El Torito, & Tarantula. Sunny was the special referee.

- Rocky Maivia retained the WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Title, winning, via DQ, over Ken Shamrock

- The Legion of Doom (Animal & Hawk) won, via DQ, over the WWF World Tag-Team Champions, The New Age Outlaws (Billy Gunn & Jesse James)

- Steve Austin won the "Royal Rumble" Match over Steve Blackman, Justin Bradshaw, Tom Brandi, D-Lo Brown, Cactus Jack, Chainsaw Charlie, Chainz, Dude Love, Eight Ball, Faarooq, Henry Godwinn, Phineas Godwinn, Goldust, Owen Hart, Mark Henry, the Honkytonk Man, Jeff Jarrett, Ahmed Johnson, Kurrgan, Rocky Maivia, Mankind, Marc Mero, Mosh, Kama Mustafa, Ken Shamrock, Skull, Thrasher, Vader, and Savio Vega

- Shawn Michaels retained the WWF World Heavyweight Title, winning a "Casket" Match over the Undertaker

Click Here For An Ace Review Of The Show


WWF No Way Out Of Texas
February 15th, 1998

- The Headbangers (Mosh & Thrasher) defeated Marc Mero & Goldust

- TAKA Michinoku retained the WWF Light Heavyweight Tile, defeating Pantera

- The Godwinns (Henry Godwinn & Phineas Godwinn) defeated the Quebecers (Jacques & Pierre)

- Justin Bradshaw won, via DQ, over the NWA North American Heavyweight Champion, Jeff Jarrett

- Ahmed Johnson, Ken Shamrock, Chainz, Eight Ball, & Skull defeated the Nation of Domination (D-Lo Brown, Mark Henry, Rocky Maivia, Kama Mustafa, and Faarooq)

- Kane defeated Vader

- Steve Austin, Cactus Jack, Chainsaw Charlie, and Owen Hart won a "No Disqualification" Match over D-Generation X (Hunter Hearst Helmsley & The New Age Outlaws (Billy Gunn & Jesse James)) & Savio Vega


WWF Wrestlemania XIV
March 29th, 1998

- The Legion of Doom 2000 (Hawk & Animal) won a "Tag-Team Battle Royal". The other participants were the Godwinns (Henry Godwinn & Phineas Godwinn), the Headbangers (Mosh & Thrasher), the New Midnight Express (Bart Gunn & Bob Holly), the Quebecers (Jacques & Pierre), The Rock-n-Roll Express (Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson), Too Much (Brian Christopher & Scott Taylor), D-Lo Brown & Mark Henry, Faarooq & Kama, Miguel Perez & Savio Vega, Jesus Castillo & Jose Estrada, Recon & Sniper, Bradshaw & Chainz, Eight Ball & Skull, and Steve Blackman & Flash Funk

- TAKA Michinoku retained the WWF Light Heavyweight Title, defeating Aguila

- Hunter Hearst Helmsley retained the WWF European Heavyweight Title, defeating Owen Hart

- Marc Mero & Sable defeated Goldust & Luna

- Rocky Maivia retained the WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Title, winning, via DQ, over Ken Shamrock

- Cactus Jack & Terry Funk won the WWF World Tag-Team Titles, winning a "Dumpster" Match over The New Age Outlaws (Billy Gunn & Jesse James). The belts were later returned due to a technicality.

- The Undertaker defeated Kane

- Steve Austin won the WWF World Heavyweight Title, defeating Shawn Michaels. Mike Tyson was the special referee.

Click Here For An ARK1 Review Of The Show


WWF Mayhem In Manchester (UK)
April 4th, 1998

- Jeff Jarrett defeated Brakkus

- The Godwinns (Henry Godwinn & Phineas Godwinn) won a "Strap" Match over the Disciples of Apocalypse (Eight Ball & Skull)

- Bradshaw defeated Marc Mero

- Owen Hart & Ken Shamrock defeated D-Lo Brown & Rocky Maivia

- Cactus Jack won, via DQ, over Goldust

- The Legion of Doom 2000 (Hawk & Animal) won, via DQ, over the WWF World Tag-Team Champions, The New Age Outlaws (Billy Gunn & Jesse James)

- Steve Austin retained the WWF World Heavyweight Title, defeating Hunter Hearst Helmsley

- The Undertaker defeated Kane


WWF Unforgiven '98
April 26th, 1998

- Steve Blackman, Ken Shamrock, & Faarooq defeated the Nation of Domination (D-Lo Brown, Mark Henry, & Rocky Maivia)

- Hunter Hearst Helmsley retained the WWF European Heavyweight Title, defeating Owen Hart

- The New Midnight Express (Bart Gunn & Bob Holly) retained the NWA World Tag-Team Titles, defeating The Rock-n-Roll Express (Robert Gibson & Ricky Morton)

- Luna won an "Evening Gown" Match over Sable

- The New Age Outlaws (Billy Gunn & Jesse James) retained the WWF World Tag-Team Titles, defeating The Legion of Doom 2000 (Hawk & Animal)

- The Undertaker won an "Inferno" Match over Kane

- Dude Love won, via DQ, over the WWF World Heavyweight Champion, Steve Austin

Click Here For An ARK1 Review Of The Show


WWF Over The Edge '98
May 31st, 1998

- The Legion of Doom 2000 (Hawk & Animal) defeated the Disciples of Apocalypse (Eight Ball & Skull)

- Jeff Jarrett defeated Steve Blackman

- Marc Mero defeated Sable. Due to prematch stipulations, Sable left the WWF.

- Kaientai (Sho Funaki, Mens Teioh, & Dick Togo) won a "Handicap" Match over Justin Bradshaw & TAKA Michinoku

- Rocky Maivia retained the WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Title, defeating Faarooq

- Kane won a "Mask vs. Mask" Match over Vader

- The Nation of Domination (D-Lo Brown, Owen Hart, & Kama Mustafa) defeated D-Generation X Hunter Hearst Helmsley & The New Age Outlaws (Billy Gunn & Jesse James))

- Steve Austin retained the WWF World Heavyweight Title, defeating Dude Love. Vince McMahon was the special referee, Gerald Brisco was the special timekeeper, & Pat Patterson was the special ring announcer.

Click Here For An ARK1 Review Of The Show


WWF King of the Ring Tournament '98
June 1998

First Round Matches:

- Rocky Maivia defeated Vader

- Hunter Hearst Helmsley defeated X-Pac

- Owen Hart defeated Too Cold Scorpio

- Dan Severn defeated D-Lo Brown

- Ken Shamrock defeated Kama Mustafa

- Mark Henry defeated Terry Funk

- Jeff Jarrett defeated Faarooq

- Marc Mero defeated Steve Blackman

Second Round Matches:

- Rocky Maivia defeated Hunter Hearst Helmsley

- Dan Severn defeated Owen Hart

- Ken Shamrock defeated Mark Henry

- Jeff Jarrett defeated Marc Mero

(All other matches at PPV)


WWF King of the Ring '98
June 28th, 1998

KOTR Tournament Semi-Finals:

- Ken Shamrock defeated Jeff Jarrett

- Rocky Maivia defeated Dan Severn

KOTR Tournament Finals:

- Ken Shamrock defeated Rocky Maivia to win the tournament

Other Matches:

- TAKA Michinoku & the Headbangers (Mosh & Thrasher) defeated Kaientai (Shoichi Funaki, Mens Teioh, & Dick Togo)

- Too Much (Brian Christopher & Scott Taylor) defeated Al Snow & "Head". Jerry Lawler was the special referee.

- X-Pac defeated Owen Hart

- The New Age Outlaws (Billy Gunn & Jesse James) retained the WWF World Tag-Team Titles, defeating the New Midnight Express (Bart Gunn & Bob Holly)

- The Undertaker won a "Hell In A Cell" Match over Mankind

- Kane won the WWF World Heavyweight Title, winning a "First Blood" Match over Steve Austin

Click Here For An ARK1 Review Of The Show


WWF Fully Loaded '98
July 26th, 1998

- Val Venis defeated Jeff Jarrett

- D-Lo Brown defeated X-Pac

- Too Cold Scorpio & Faarooq defeated Justin Bradshaw & Terry Funk

- Mark Henry defeated Vader

- The Disciples of Apocalypse (Eight Ball & Skull) defeated The Legion of Doom 2000 (Hawk & Animal)

- Owen Hart won a "Stu Hart's Dungeon" Match over Ken Shamrock. Dan Severn was the special referee.

- Rocky Maivia retained the WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Title, fighting to a 30-Minute Draw in a "Three Falls" Match with Hunter Hearst Helmsley

- Jacqueline won a "Bikini" Contest, via DQ, over Sable. (Sable originally won, but she was later DQ'ed, since her 'bikini' was painted on)

- Steve Austin & the Undertaker won the WWF World Tag-Team Titles, defeating Kane & Mankind

Click Here For An ARK1 Review Of The Show


WWF Summerslam '98
August 30th, 1998

- In a dark match, Too Much (Brian Christopher & Scott Taylor) defeated The Legion of Doom 2000 (Hawk & Animal)

- In a dark match, Gangrel defeated Dustin Runnels

- In a dark match, the Disciples of the Apocalypse (Eight Ball & Skull) defeated Justin Bradshaw & Vader

- D-Lo Brown retained the WWF European Heavyweight Title, winning, via DQ, over Val Venis

- The Oddities (Golga, Kurrgan, & Giant Silva) won a "Handicap" Match over Kaientai (Sho Funaki, TAKA Michinoku, Mens Teioh, & Dick Togo)

- X-Pac won a "Hair vs. Hair" Match over Jeff Jarrett

- Edge & Sable defeated Marc Mero & Jacqueline

- Ken Shamrock won a "Lion's Den" Match over Owen Hart

- The New Age Outlaws (Billy Gunn & Jesse James) won the WWF World Tag-Team Titles, winning a "Handicap Falls Count Anywhere" Match over Mankind

- Hunter Hearst Helmsley won the WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Title, winning a "Ladder" Match over Rocky Maivia

- Steve Austin retained the WWF World Heavyweight Title, defeating the Undertaker

Click Here For An ARK1 Review Of The Show


WWF Breakdown
September 27th, 1998

- In a dark match, Golga defeated Headbanger Mosh

- In a dark match, The Hardy Boyz (Matt Hardy & Jeff Hardy) defeated Kaientai (Sho Funaki & Mens Teioh)

- In a dark match, Eight Ball won a "Triple Threat" Match over Billy Gunn and Skull

- Owen Hart defeated Edge

- The Job Squad (Al Snow & Too Cold Scorpio) defeated Too Much (Brian Christopher & Scott Taylor)

- Marc Mero defeated Darren Drozdov

- Justin Bradshaw won a "Falls Count Anywhere" Match over Vader

- D-Lo Brown defeated Gangrel

- Rocky Maivia won a "Steel Cage Triple Threat" Match over Ken Shamrock and Mankind

- Val Venis defeated Dustin Runnels

- D-Generation X (X-Pac & The New Age Outlaws (Billy Gunn & Jesse James)) defeated Jeff Jarrett & Southern Justice (Mark Canterbury & Dennis Knight)

- Kane and the Undertaker both pinned the WWF World Heavyweight Champion, Steve Austin, in a "Triple Threat" Match. Due to the double pin, the title was held up.

Click Here For An ARK1 Review Of The Show


WWE Judgment Day '98
October 18th, 1998

- In a dark match, Steve Blackman defeated Justin Bradshaw

- In a dark match, the Oddities (Golga, Kurrgan, & Giant Silva) defeated Los Boricuas (Jesus Castillo, Jose Estrada, & Miguel Perez)

- In a dark match, the Godfather defeated Faarooq

- In a dark match, Scorpio defeated Jeff Jarrett

- Al Snow defeated Marc Mero

- Darren Drozdov & The Legion of Doom 2000 (Hawk & Animal) defeated Paul Ellering & The Disciples of Apocalypse (Eight Ball & Skull)

- Christian won the WWF Light Heavyweight Title, defeating TAKA Michinoku

- Goldust defeated Val Venis

- X-Pac won the WWF European Heavyweight Title, defeating D-Lo Brown

- The Headbangers (Mosh & Thrasher) won, via DQ, over the WWF World Tag-Team Champions, The New Age Outlaws (Billy Gunn & Jesse James)

- Ken Shamrock retained the WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Title, defeating Mankind

- Mark Henry defeated Rocky Maivia

- The Undertaker fought to a No-Contest with Kane. Steve Austin was the special referee. The WWF World Heavyweight Title was on the line.

Click Here For An ARK1 Review Of The Show


WWF Survivor Series '98
November 15th, 1998

- In a dark match, Too Much (Brian Christopher & Scott Taylor) defeated The Hardy Boyz (Matt Hardy & Jeff Hardy)

- In a dark match, the Job Squad (Bob Holly & Scorpio) defeated the "new" Legion of Doom 2000 (Animal & Droz)

- In a dark match, Val Venis defeated Tiger Ali Singh

- In a dark match, Gangrel defeated Steve Blackman

WWF World Heavyweight Title Tournament, 1st Round:

- Mankind defeated Duane Gill

- Al Snow defeated Jeff Jarrett

- Steve Austin won, via DQ, over the Big Boss Man

- Steven Regal fought to a Double Countout with X-Pac

- Ken Shamrock defeated Goldust

- Rocky Maivia defeated the Big Boss Man (replacing an injured Hunter Hearst Helmsley)

WWF World Heavyweight Title Tournament, Quarter-Finals:

- The Undertaker defeated Kane

- Mankind defeated Al Snow

- Rocky Maivia defeated Ken Shamrock

- Steve Austin received a bye due to the Regal/X-Pac match

WWF World Heavyweight Title Tournament, Semi-Finals:

- Mankind defeated Steve Austin

- Rocky Maivia won, via DQ, over the Undertaker

WWF World Heavyweight Title, Finals:

- Rocky Maivia defeated Mankind

Other Matches:

- Sable won the WWF Women's World Title, defeating Jacqueline

- The New Age Outlaws (Billy Gunn & Jesse James) retained the WWF World Tag-Team Titles, winning a "Triple Threat" Match over the Headbangers (Mosh & Thrasher) and D-Lo Brown & Mark Henry

Click Here For An ARK1 Review Of The Show


WWF Capital Carnage (UK)
December 6th, 1998

- Droz defeated Headbanger Mosh

- Gangrel defeated Al Snow

- The Headbangers (Mosh & Thrasher) defeated The Legion of Doom 2000 (Animal & Droz)

- Val Venis defeated Goldust

- Tiger Ali Singh defeated Edge

- Christian & Sable defeated Marc Mero & Jacqueline

- Ken Shamrock retained the WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Title, defeating Steve Blackman

- Hunter Hearst Helmsley defeated Jeff Jarrett

- The New Age Outlaws (Billy Gunn & Jesse James) retained the WWF World Tag-Team Titles, defeating D-Lo Brown & Mark Henry

- Rocky Maivia retained the WWF World Heavyweight Title, winning, via DQ, over X-Pac

- Steve Austin won a "Fatal Fourway" Match over Kane, Mankind, and the Undertaker. Gerald Brisco was the special referee.


WWF Rock Bottom
December 13th, 1998

- In a dark match, Duane Gill retained the WWF Light Heavyweight Title, defeating Matt Hardy

- In a dark match, Kevin Quinn defeated Brian Christopher

- In a dark match, Hunter Hearst Helmsley defeated Droz

- In a dark match, The New Age Outlaws (Billy Gunn & Jesse James) retained the WWF World Tag-Team Titles, winning, via DQ, over The Acolytes (Bradshaw & Faarooq)

- D-Lo Brown & Mark Henry defeated Val Venis & the Godfather

- The Headbangers (Mosh & Thrasher) defeated the Oddities (Golga & Kurrgan)

- Steve Blackman won, via Countout, over Owen Hart

- The Brood (Edge, Christian, & Gangrel) defeated the Job Squad (Bob Holly, Al Snow, & Scorpio)

- Goldust won, via DQ, over Jeff Jarrett. Jarrett originally won the match, but the decision was reversed by Commissioner Shawn Michaels. Due to prematch stipulations, Debra McMichael had to strip.

- The New Age Outlaws (Billy Gunn & Jesse James) retained the WWF World Tag-Team Titles, defeating Ken Shamrock & the Big Boss Man

- Mankind defeated the WWF World Heavyweight Champion, Rocky Maivia. Vince McMahon reversed the decision afterwards, keeping the title with Maivia.

- Steve Austin won a "Buried Alive" Match over the Undertaker

Click Here For An ARK1 Review Of The Show